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Dynamic Brain Forum 2012 (DBF 2012)

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Oral Presentation

  1. P. Érdi, Towards a computational psychiatry
  2. G. Ruffini, New technologies for delivering multifocal transcranial current stimulation
  3. E. Tognoli, An essay on extracellular field contributions to a globally conscious brain
  4. J. J. Torres, Neural systems with dynamic synapses: emerging phenomena and computational consequences
  5. G. Foffani, Information in the variability of neural responses
  6. S. Pirmoradian, Etching syntactic rules into cortical latching dynamics
  7. M. Sakagami, Reward inference by primate prefrontal and striatal neurons
  8. C. Acuña, Taking advantage of outcomes to make successful decisions
  9. H. Liljenstrom, The problem of causation in complex brain dynamics
  10. J. Cabessa, The super-Turing computational capabilities of evolving recurrent neural networks involving only finitely many synaptic levels
  11. F. Pozo, Brain functional connectivity: tools for the assessment of multivariate synchronization
  12. A. Ferrús, The quest for general functional principles in brains and machines: the case of the excitation/inhibition ratio
  13. Y. Yamaguchi, Synchronization of the brain oscillation within a brain and over brains for self-referential cognitive process
  14. T. Omori, Computational modeling of mental state dynamics for interactive play with child
  15. H. Saito, Neural population representation hypothesis of visual flow and its illusory after effect in the brain: psychophysics, neurophysiology and computational approaches
  16. A. Pitti, Mechanism of gain modulation in multimodal networks for spatial development
  17. T. Kurikawa, Spontaneous and evoked neural activities shaped through a sequential learning process
  18. A. Gruart, Learning and decisions as functional states of cortical circuits
  19. J. Lauwereyns, Convergent measures of abstract spatial coding in hippocampus
  20. Y. Isomura, Ensemble coding for voluntary movements in rat primary and secondary motor cortices
  21. J. M. Delgado-García, Red nucleus neurons actively contribute to the acquisition of an associative learning task in behaving rabbits
  22. A. E. P. Villa, Effect of emotion and personality on deviation from purely rational decision-making
  23. I. Tsuda, Chaotic itinerancy in dynamically coupled brains

Poster Presentation

P1 Y. Isomura, Ensemble coding for voluntary movements in rat primary and secondary motor cortices (Poster)
P2 J. M. Delgado-García, Red nucleus neurons actively contribute to the acquisition of an associative learning task in behaving rabbits(Poster)
P3 A. E. P. Villa, Effect of emotion and personality on deviation from purely rational decision-making(Poster)
P4 I. Tsuda, Chaotic itinerancy in dynamically coupled brains(Poster)
P5 T. Aihara, Location dependency of information processing on dendrites in hippocampal granule cells
P6 J. P. Banquet, Frontal cortex, hippocampus and striatum in behavioural control and simulation
P7 C. R. Caro-Martín, Dynamic control of the cerebellar-interpositus/red nucleus-motoneuron network during motor learning
P8 A. Carretero-Guillén, Changes in synaptic strength at the hippocampal formation during the classical eyeblink conditioning in behaving rabbits
P9 M. A. Gómez-Climent, Activity-dependent changes in synaptic strength and molecules related with synaptic transmission, taking place in reward circuits during associative learning in mice
P10 R. Guerra-Narbona, Hypobaric hypoxia affects cholinergic system in parallel with electrophysiological and behavioral indicators
P11 S. Hernández-Gonzalez, Experimental design for brain-machine interaction with alert behaving rats
P12 N. Inoue-Nakamura, Visual scanning patterns during reading a picture book aloud by mothers in children with pervasive developmental disorder
P13 M. T. Jurado-Parras, Driving of cognitive processes by brain stimulation in mice
P14 G. Vega-Flores, Hippocampal mechanisms of learning and preference during brain stimulation reward
P15 R. Kozma, Neuropercolation models for cortical phase transitions and for efficient hardware platforms
P16 R. Leal-Campanario, Role of the rostral medial prefrontal cortex in the classical conditioning of eyelid responses in behaving rabbits
P17 Y. Li, Deliberation or hurry: some implication from modeling temporal interaction between D1-like and D2-like receptors
P18 J. C. López-Ramos, Decision making involve changes in the synaptic strength of the thalamic, hippocampal and amygdaline afferents to the medial prefrontal cortex
P19 J. Márquez-Ruiz, Transcranial current stimulation (tCS) over somatosensory cortex modulates associative learning and induces tactile perception in behaving rabbits
P20 H. Mizuhara, Boosting the intelligibility of vocal communication via interindividual entrainment of neuronal oscillations
P21 K. Nakamura, Working memory of rhythm information in the front-parieto-cerebellar motor system
P22 H. Nishida, Gamma Activity that Predicts Error during Spatial Alternation in Rat Hippocampal CA1
P23 K. Ueda, A mathematical model of state-dependent phase resetting properties of alpha rhythm in the human brain
P24 J. Okuda, Experimental approaches to mechanisms of human prospection and planning
P25 Y. Sakaguchi, Temporal relationship between eye and hand movements during visuo-manual tracking task
P26 R. Sánchez-Campusano, Dynamic patterns of cortical activation and multisynaptic state functions during the acquisition of different learning paradigms
P27 M.Takahashi, Predicting the Flow of Information by Gamma Oscillations in Hippocampus during Preparatory Waiting
P28 H. Tsukada, Why People See Things That Are Not There? -A Neurodynamical Account with a Conceptual Model
P29 R.Wang, Neuronal energy flow in information coding and conjecture of the perceptual fielda
P30 Y. Yamaguti, Intermittent switching of information flow in coupled chaotic oscillators
P31 T. Hashimoto, Co-creation process of symbolic communication systems: Cognitive experiments and constructive studies